Elements 4D by DAQRI

Elements 4D by DAQRI


Part educational story and part game, the Elements 4D app offers a new, fun way to experience augmented reality and learn about real-life chemistry.

Paired with either paper or wood blocks that are inscribed with the symbols of 36 elements from the periodic table, this app will instantly transform a simple, inanimate object into dynamic, dimensional, 4D representations of each element.

Designed by DAQRI, the Elements 4D app enables you to:

• Interact with 36 amazing, naturally-occurring elements and learn their names, what they look like, and their atomic weights
• Learn unique, fun facts about each element
• Combine two elements together and see how they react, including the catalyst, resulting compound and chemical equation
• Get inspired about chemistry!

About Elements 4D

Elements 4D was successfully funded on Kickstarter in July 2013. The DAQRI-designed interactive wooden blocks are now available for purchase at http://elements4d.daqri.com/.

You can also use the app with papercraft blocks that you can print out for free and make at home. Just download the following images and follow the folding instructions to create your own papercraft blocks at http://elements4d.daqri.com/documents/elements-blocks-all.pdf.

To get started, aim the app viewfinder at either a paper or wood Elements 4D interactive block and watch it come to life. Next, introduce a second block into view, put them together, and see how they react!
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4.4
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469
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10,000+
Concerns
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File size
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About Elements 4D by DAQRI
Part educational story and part game, the Elements 4D app offers a new, fun way to experience augmented reality and learn about real-life chemistry.

Paired with either paper or wood blocks that are inscribed with the symbols of 36 elements from the periodic table, this app will instantly transform a simple, inanimate object into dynamic, dimensional, 4D representations of each element.

Designed by DAQRI, the Elements 4D app enables you to:

• Interact with 36 amazing, naturally-occurring elements and learn their names, what they look like, and their atomic weights
• Learn unique, fun facts about each element
• Combine two elements together and see how they react, including the catalyst, resulting compound and chemical equation
• Get inspired about chemistry!

About Elements 4D

Elements 4D was successfully funded on Kickstarter in July 2013. The DAQRI-designed interactive wooden blocks are now available for purchase at http://elements4d.daqri.com/.

You can also use the app with papercraft blocks that you can print out for free and make at home. Just download the following images and follow the folding instructions to create your own papercraft blocks at http://elements4d.daqri.com/documents/elements-blocks-all.pdf.

To get started, aim the app viewfinder at either a paper or wood Elements 4D interactive block and watch it come to life. Next, introduce a second block into view, put them together, and see how they react!

Android Market Comments
A Google User
6 days ago
The blocks doesn't show up. Using Starmobile Diamond S3 Android Jellybean. Please fix!
A Google User
Jul 22, 2015
I typically love this app. However there are a LOT of limitations. For example, many tablets are "incompatible" with this app (usually Android based). Android phones are really hit or miss with incompatibility too. Additionally, Android phones that are seemingly compatible may pop up with the constant message "Looks like you aren't connected to the Internet. Please check your connection and try again." even if the phone is fully connected by WiFi or by data. It seems very much like consistent capability and compatibility is designed more around iOS platform since I've never had a problem accessing this app on an iOS device. 2 stars because I love it and WANT it to be cross platform, but in its current format it's not truly usable in a BYOD classroom setting.
A Google User
Jul 18, 2015
This is best play for the kids.Its awesome! Its too awesome
A Google User
Jun 3, 2015
amazing we done this in school on our tablets
A Google User
May 29, 2015
Awesome
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